Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge

Milwaukie, Oregon

Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge Professional Review and Guide

"Drive, bike, or take the bus to this 168-acre wildlife refuge located in the heart of the city. Once destined to become an industrial site, in 1988 Oaks Bottom became Portland’s first formally dedicated urban wildlife refuge. Oaks aren’t abundant here, but cottonwoods are, along with eagles, waterfowl, and great blue herons, Portland’s official bird. And expect a lot of surprises, too, from a charming historical amusement park to a beautiful giant mural."

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Trail Information

Milwaukie
Nearby City
Dog-friendly
Accessibility
2.8
Distance
60 feet
Elevation Gain
Out-and-back
Trail Type
Easy
Skill Level
Year-round
Season
Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge
Local Contacts
USGS Lake Oswego
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Activity Feed

Jun 2018